[TxMt] Re: Revert to older version, or bring back some features?

Alexey Blinov nilcolor at gmail.com
Tue Nov 16 09:29:24 UTC 2010

Not sure about no.1
But to bring back tab navigation you can use System Preferences -> Keyboard
-> Keyboard Shortcut to create TM (or all app) key equivalent for Next/Prev
Tab. And assign it your key-combo of choice.


-- Alexey

On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 12:21, Michael Lawlor <mike at auka.ca> wrote:

> hi there,
> textmate recently asked me to upgrade and i jumped at the chance because i
> love this editor. however since the upgrade, a few of the features that i
> rely on are no longer there/working as expected. these are not major things,
> but not having them has slowed me down and i'm wondering if there's a way to
> get them back or to revert to a previous version where they were still
> working.
> my two biggest gripes are:
> 1. In the Ruby On Rails bundle: Migrations > Quick Migration used to
> generate a new migration file with the timestamp at the start of the
> filename. Now it seems to have reverted to the old way of doing it with
> sequential version numbers. I'd really like to get the timestamps back!
> eg. "20101110061120_create_a_table.rb" instead of "001_create_a_table.rb"
> 2. I used to navigate very quickly between open tabs using the key
> combinations Apple+Option+Left Arrow and Apple+Option+Right Arrow. Now
> that's been replaced by Apple+Shift+[ and Apple+Shift+].
> any help on how i can get these features working as they were before would
> be appreciated.
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